Business majors learn how to research information using quantitative skills, and then develop ideas based on that information to solve problems.

Accounting

Students who have an interest in recording, analyzing, verifying, and reporting financial results may be matched well with studying accounting.

Baking and Pastry Arts

With an interest in cooking and baking in a professional kitchen, students can learn to master the art of baked-goods decoration and presentation.

Broadcasting

Study the historical, regulatory, technical, and business components that combine to create the media world of today.

Business Administration

Learn all aspects of overseeing and supervising business operations, including management, leadership, accounting, finance, project management, and marketing.

Communication

Study speech, broadcasting, and journalism, with a communication degree and learn how to deliver messages through a variety of mediums.

Culinary Arts

Study food preparation, cooking, and presentation to become a chef or culinary artist.

Economics

With an interest in the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, students can learn economics and how economies work.

Event Planning

Learn the planning and management of large scale events; train to develop large-scale events, conferences, weddings, and formal parties.

Hospitality

Study how to place the guest first in a team management effort.

Hotel Restaurant Management

Learn professional skills to succeed in the exciting yet challenging field of hotel restaurant management.

Journalism

Study the theories, principles, and practices of effective and ethical communication and prepare for advanced undergraduate and graduate studies in communication.

Marketing

Learn to attract customers to business and commerce; students can learn marketing skills to move goods and services from concepts to customers.

Continuing Education

Interested in professional and workforce development, corporate training or personal enrichment courses? Explore our selection of non-credit classes for job-training, career enhancement or personal enrichment.

Human Resources

Whether setting out on a new career path, or a current HR professional looking to expand your knowledge, this program is designed to help you develop methods and skills necessary to meet the challenges of today’s changing workplace and workforce.

Professional Development and Leadership

Improve your communication skills and study non-profit leadership.

Project Management

A certification that assures employers that you have the knowledge, experience and education to effectively lead a project from inception to production.

Real Estate

There are many exciting opportunities in both fields of real estate & property management.

Workplace Software

Improve your workplace skills by enrolling in one of our classes. Learn Excel, QuickBooks, and more.

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